I don’t review a lot of books on this blog, because I’d rather be writing books. But somehow I got on the list of reviewers for children’s books, and I couldn’t be happier. They don’t take long to read and review, and it gives me something fun to do with my kids. It’s a win-win arrangement. I get a free book. 🙂 The author gets a review (and coming from an author’s point of view–those can be hard to get–hint hint if you’ve read my books and haven’t posted a review).
About the Book:
Jesus taught that we should love others the way He loved.
How did Jesus LOVE?
Jesus loved others through His sacrifice, caring, teaching, sharing . . .
I can love like Jesus!
Published by Cedar Fort, August 2017
Available in hardcover and ebook
This is a sweet little picture book about loving others. I read it with my two-and-a-half-year-old after he had a three-band-aid injury, and it helped him feel better. He especially enjoyed the pictures. My seven-year-old twins liked the book too. One said she liked the great message about loving others. The other said she liked the way the children in the book were following Jesus’s example.
The message of the book is simple, but so important. There is so much hatred and unkindness in this world, and this is a great reminder that if we want to be like the Savior, we should start by treating others they way He would.
About the Author:
Heidi Poelman is the author of A is for Abinadi: An Alphabet Book of Scripture Heroes, A Mother’s Greatest Gift, and The Two-Minute Marriage Project: Simple Secrets for Staying in Love. Heidi received her degrees in communication from Brigham Young University (BA) and Wake Forest University (MA). When she’s not writing, cooking, cleaning, or carpooling, Heidi loves playing outdoors with her family, going out for date night, and reading bedtime stories. She lives in Utah with her husband and three children.
About the Illustrator:
Chase grew up in Cleveland, Utah, and has always wanted to be an artist. He went to Brigham Young University where he studied illustration. He later returned to live near his small hometown with his wife and two daughters. You can find his work at Chase Jensen Art.
*I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for my honest review.